If you and your family want to relocate to Washington D.C., but desire a more domestic environment that is far-removed from the urban atmosphere of D.C's downtown area, then you may want to consider one of the Wesley Heights apartments for rent. There, you will be nestled amid a scenic spread of side roads that are lined with cozy domiciles, verdant lawns and well-kept parks. This laid-back, yet tight-knit community will allow your kids to thrive as they grow and you and your family start the next chapter in your lives.
To commute to the city center of the District of Columbia, you can always use public transportation. There are scores of buses nearby the apartments for rent in Wesley Heights that run down the main roads Tunlaw Road and Wisconsin Avenue. You can also hop on a train at the Woodley Park-Zoo Metro station, which is located right on Connecticut Avenue. For farther ventures throughout the Maryland and Virginia territory, there's Interstate 66, also known as the Curtis Memorial Parkway, to the south as well as Interstate 395 to the east.
Getting out and enjoying the seasonable weather will be easy to do with the vast array of great parks surrounding the Wesley Heights apartments. To sit and enjoy the sunshine, you may want to grab a book and head to the Glover Archbold Park. You can always use your green thumb and lend a helping hand by volunteering at the local Clover Park Community Garden, where you can work side-by-side your new neighbors cultivating seasonable veggies and planting flower arrangements. The little ones will also excited to run about with their new friends - take them to the local Stoddert Playground or the whole family can enjoy an evening constitutional at the Whitehaven Parkway.
The apartments in Wesley Heights are located in a community that is teeming with academic exuberance. If you are looking to change career fields or want to pursue higher education, there are a variety of different colleges nearby that you can choose from. These range from the George Washington University Mount Vernon Campus to Georgetown University.
There is history in the making just a short drive away from your new abode at the scores of embassies, political offices, courts and other federal buildings in central Washington D.C. You will also be able to see America's past with the various memorials and monuments across the Potomac River in Arlington, Va.